Anti-Fantasy, Players to Avoid – GW 30

Tottenham and Liverpool recorded 2:0 wins against Huddersfield and Newcastle, respectively and continued their race to keep up with Man Utd who came from behind at Selhurst Park and won 2:3 with Nemanja Matic’s great last minute goal. In derby of the gameweek Man City recorded “only” a 1:0 win. Disappointment of the gameweek were of course Arsenal with a defeat at Brighton.



In the opening game of the gameweek Burnley won 2:1 against Everton, after Everton were wining at the half time. Watford managed to record a 1:0 win against West Brom, which brought them closer to Leicester City which played 1:1 against Bournemouth thanks to late equalizer from Riyad Mahrez. Southampton and Stoke of course played a nil-nil game.

 

Top 3 worst choices in GW29 per positions:

 

Goalkeepers:

  • Adrian – 1 pt – 4 goals conceded, 3 saves
  • Dubravka – 1 pt – 2 goals conceded
  • Schmeichel – 1 pt – 1 goal conceded, 1 yellow card



Defenders:

  • Williams – -2 pts – 2 goals conceded, 1 red card
  • Evra – 0 pt – 45 minutes, 2 goals conceded
  • Kolasinac – 0 pt – 2 goals conceded, 1 yellow card

 

Midfielders:

  • Young – 0 pt – 66 minutes, 1 yellow card (6th of the season)
  • Gosling – 0 pt – 2 yellow card (6th of the season)
  • McTominay – 0 pt – 45 minutes, 1 yellow card

 

Forwards:

  • Niasse – 1 pt – 22 minutes
  • Gabbiadini – 1 pt – 26 minutes
  • Jesus – 1 pt – 5 minutes

 

Worst 5 choices of GW29:

 

For the first time this season THE WORST TEAM OF THE SEASON has not changed after a gameweek! With only 9 gameweeks to go, it seems that THE WORST 11 squad is shaping up.

Asmir Begović remains on goal, after surpassing Gomes in the previous gameweek.



For quite some time midfield has maximum of five players: Solly March, James McClean, Oriol Romeu, Tom Davies and Isaak Hayden.

For the second gameweek in the row, Ashly Barnes put his name on the score-sheets. However, as stated before, he just have too big of a lead from the first part of the season when he came from the bench a lot.

 



Bad predictions time:

Man Utd – Liverpool: There’s no much to say about this game that hasn’t been said before. This year it’s even possibly deciding a final position of the clubs. Hard to predict anything.

Everton – Brighton: Brighton really played beyond expectations recently. Everton has a lot of problems away, but this one they play at home. They have the same point tally, and Everton should be under a lot more pressure.

Huddersfield – Swansea: Both teams would really like to win this game, as the winner will be much closer to avoiding relegation. Swansea really turned their season around, and recorded some amazing wins recently.

Newcastle – Southampton: One more relegation battle derby. Whatever I think of Newcastle, I think that Southampton is definitely deserving to get down this season. The only problem is there are so many contenders!

West Brom – Leicester: West Brom should already be a Championship side. Leicester should be a favorite in this game.

West Ham – Burnley: Burnley manages to maintain their great season. West Ham lost heavily to Swansea last weekend, and they are not in such a good place. I’ll give this game to Burnley solely based on their great season.

Chelsea – Crystal Palace: Chelsea should win this game. Crystal Palace dropped big lead against Man Utd at home, so I assume they feel really bad about that.

Arsenal – Watford: Who’s under pressure? Arsene is under pressure!

Bournemouth – Spurs: Tottenham is favorite to win this match. Bournemouth won0t even try to defend, and if they fail to score goals, they have to hope on Harry Kane and co. to fail scoring themselves.

Stoke – Man City: I personally expect Man City to thrash Stoke City big time!

 

Good luck FPL managers!

 

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